avulsion - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "avulsion" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

avulsion / отрыв, авульсия, отрывание
[əˈvʌl.ʃən]
[əˈvʌl.ʃən]
Перевод
имя существительное
отрыв
breakaway, avulsion, estrangement
авульсия
avulsion
отрывание
avulsion, evulsion
Определения
имя существительное
the action of pulling or tearing away.
Other etiologies of groin pain include sports hernia, groin disruption, iliopsoas bursitis, stress fractures, avulsion fractures, nerve compression and snapping hip syndrome.
Примеры
It is possible that avulsion fractures in which the ACL is avulsed from its femoral insertion occur mainly before skeletal maturity.
The athlete commonly presents to the physician with a chronic untreated profundus avulsion .
Other etiologies of groin pain include sports hernia, groin disruption, iliopsoas bursitis, stress fractures, avulsion fractures, nerve compression and snapping hip syndrome.
Ohio Revised Code (Law) states that land lost by erosion but regained by avulsion , reverts ownership back to the upland property owner.
With our small patient population, it is difficult to reach definitive conclusions regarding patients with sublime tubercle avulsion fractures and functional medial elbow instability.
Treatment using nail avulsion in combination with topical therapy has been somewhat more successful, but this approach can be time-consuming, temporarily disabling and painful.
Abandonment of a former course through avulsion and meander-loop cut-off produces many lakes.
If the nail plate is partially avulsed but is firmly attached to the nail matrix, exploring the nail bed is difficult and probably unwarranted.
For this reason, great pains are taken to ensure that the dry creek bed is properly prepared to receive the flow of the tributary now avulsing over the alluvial fan.
The worst injury he had seen since he started at Heiwa had been a nearly avulsed finger that had been slammed in a closed door by a careless gentleman who had let the good news of his engagement get the better of him.